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Planorte Farm

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Planorte Farm (Lat. 13°56’10,276″ S and Long. 58°53’57,250″ W), with headquarters in Sapezal (MT), has 23,454 hectares of total area, which is all privately owned. 

Our location

Find out how to get to Planorte Farm

From downtown Sapezal (MT), head north-south along Rodovia Nova Fronteira for approximately 23 km. Take a right and after 5 km, take a left. Proceed for another 19 miles to the headquarters.

Estrada Nova Fronteira s/n, Km 170. Zona Rural. Sapezal (MT). Zip Code 78.365-000



Planorte Farm Aerial View


A certified Farm

ISO 45001 Certification

ISO 14001 Certification

NBR 16001 Certification

NBR 9001 Certification

History, projects and research

History

Planorte Farm began its activities in the 1993/94 harvest. At this time, it only planted soy. Today it plants soy, cotton, corn and crop livestock integration. In the initial structure, there was only the headquarters where the collaborators were. Today, the Farm has 170 fixed collaborators and up to 320 with harvesters at certain times of the year, has 60 ha at headquarters I and 33 ha at headquarters II, with an office, sheds, cotton, warehouse etc.

Social projects

Every year during the week of SIPATR, the collaborators of the Farm collect non-perishable food, assemble basic food baskets and distribute these baskets to the Pastoral da Criança de Sapezal and to the needy families of the same city. In 2017, the Treasury implemented the Digital Inclusion Space, democratizing access to technology and distance education, taking collaborators into the digital and knowledge era.

Research

 The research area of Planorte Farm occupies more than 160 ha destined to studies applied to cotton, soy and corn crops. Currently, there are tests that assess the response of crops to the management of potassium fertilizers, soil management and coverings, as well as the use of foliar fertilizers in some crops. The studies carried out to define seeding times and adaptability/stability of genotypes in crops of commercial interest are also of paramount importance.